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John D. Elliott

John uses a Mamiya 645 film camera for much of his black-and-white work, although in the past five years he has also been working with the full-frame Nikons.  Many of his monochrome gallery images were printed traditionally, and selenium toned. John is a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. State...

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Lori Pond

My photography mirrors Buddhist Dogen Zenji’s quote: “Nothing in the entire universe is hidden.” I use a myriad of processes and cameras (film, video, digital, wet plate collodion, iPhone) to uncover both physical and emotional landscapes. I challenge the viewer to see beyond instinctual fear and question what is “real”...

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Andy House

Since I was a little boy, I dreamed of traveling “around the world” to learn about and get to know people and places that were mysterious to me.  There was a time, in the midst of raising a family and building a career, I feared that dream might be out...

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photo l.a. Print Fundraiser 2017

Support the Los Angeles Center of Photography, exhibiting artists at photo l.a., and the photographic arts by purchasing a print(s)! About The Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) is currently hosting a special print fundraiser. 17 talented photographers exhibiting work at photo l.a 2017 have agreed to let us sell...

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Hsin Tai Liu

Hsin-Tai has spent most of his life as a classical pianist, but has become a photographer in recent years. Hsin-Tai has been recognized for his extraordinary talents as a performer and instructor. He has competed in many international competitions, and won the first Place Award in the L. A. International...

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